Sirius are thrilled to announce three new consultants have recently joined Sirius Analysis.
Alex Cooksley joins as a Senior Consultant with eight years of experience delivering key analysis, research and consultancy for various customers throughout Defence. Alex has a breadth of experience in hard and soft Operational Analysis, as well as Systems Thinking techniques, and he has used these to design, lead and deliver numerous research studies in support of customers in the Land, Maritime and Littoral domains. Before entering consultancy, Alex worked within MOD where he trained and qualified as a SQEP Deployable Analyst, guided industry suppliers on several autonomous systems research initiatives, and delivered multi-year Military Engineering capability research.
Ellie Moys has recently graduated with First Class Honours in Mathematics and Statistics from the Open University. This was completed part-time while working as an underwater domain scientist within the Dstl Underwater Group where she worked for 3 years providing analysis and modelling using Odin, an underwater engagement simulation software. This involved setting up complex engagement scenarios between underwater platforms, running Monte Carlo simulations to create large data sets and using Excel and R to analyse the results. More recently Ellie worked as a Business Intelligence Analyst for Portsmouth City Council where she was responsible for providing analysis for Building Maintenance using data from the repairs and maintenance database. Ellie also has 9 years experience in the Royal Marines where she worked as a Musician in the Band of HM Royal Marines as part of a large team, rehearsing, and performing for ceremonial events and concerts.
Jeremy Schwarting has joined from Southampton University where he has just graduated with a 2:1 Masters in Aeronautical Engineering (MEng) which included a fourth-year group design project, where he contributed to the design of a novel cyclorotor powered UAV. Jeremy has experience in coding gained prior to university in which he completed a computer science A-Level and competed in Student Robotics; a competition in which teams design robots to carry out specific activities. Jeremy expanded his coding skills while at university to include machine learning and data processing in Python, control systems analysis in MATLAB and Simulink, as well as interaction with microcontrollers using C and LabVIEW. In his free time Jeremy enjoys playing clarinet and was treasurer of Southampton University’s Concert Band.
Welcome to the team Alex, Ellie and Jeremy!